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Tour THE BEST Christmas Light Displays in Brisbane in 2018

It’s time to pile the kids into the car and tour the amazing Christmas lights Brisbane has to offer.  Every year Families Magazine tracks down the most amazing Christmas lights displays and helps Brisbane families plan their own DIY Christmas lights tour!  2018 is all set to have the best Christmas lights Brisbane has ever displayed – and they’re all RIGHT HERE.  We’ve organised them by suburb, by area and by driving route. All you need to do is download our handy maps and get the kids in the car!  We’re lucky to have a former 4KQ Christmas lights judge right here on the Families Magazine team so we can give you all the insider tips on the best Christmas lights Brisbane has to offer!

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How to use our festive maps to craft your Christmas Lights Tours!

Be sure to download your driving map ON THE DAY of your Christmas lights tour.  We are always updating the maps. We get hot tips on new, amazing Christmas lights displays EVERY SINGLE DAY.  So you can be sure to see the best and brightest Brisbane has to offer for the 2018 Festive Season.  We promise you the most comprehensive and helpful tour guide to Christmas Lights in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Redlands, Moreton Bay, Logan and Ipswich.

Got a HOT TIP for a brilliant display? Please do send us a message via our Facebook page.

It’s the simplest way to tour the best lights.

  1. Bookmark this page so you can download the latest listings when you’re ready to go go go!  We update our maps all the time so you don’t miss a single award winning Christmas lights display!
  2. Pick your area
  3. Find the best map for you
  4. Check out our simple, recommended routes
  5. Download and go!

We know that excited little ones are impatient so we’ve made sure that our Christmas Lights street maps clearly mark the BEST POSSIBLE ROUTE to keep them thrilled the whole drive!  We know that Brisbane parents are too busy to faff about, so like every year, Families Magazine is the go to place for Christmas light tours across South East Queensland!

Got an amazing display yourself?  Is your business sparkling this Christmas?  Tell Brisbane families all about it – and see the joy on little faces as they swing by your front yard.  Add your listing by leaving a comment under this article or email your address and a stunner image to [email protected]

Brisbane Christmas Light Maps 2018

Click here or on our logo below to find heaps of FREE Downloadable versions for all across Brisbane!Brisbane Christmas LightsDoing ONE tour or ALL THE TOURS, here are our easy, route marked maps to make your Christmas light pilgrimage simple and simply wonderful!  Remember that Christmas Light Tours are a great option for grandparents too!  Got a nanna on the other side of Brisbane? Why not take her for a tour too.

If you’re travelling with very little Brisbane kids, you can use our handy light maps to plan two shorter tours.  Remember that the sun goes down later this time of year and your little one’s bed time might be stretched if you tackle an entire map in one night.  Consequently, our maps make it simple to start a wonderful Christmas tradition by visiting one or two houses each night in the lead up the the big day!

Christmas Lights bus tours across Brisbane

Not too keen to tackle the traffic and parking?  Brisbane Christmas Light Tours are a fun way to meet other local families and take in the sparkles.  Click here for the full guide to Tours of Christmas lights in Brisbane.  Brisbane City Council’s official bus tours commence 17th of December and run nightly until December 21nd.  There are five Brisbane City Council bus tours available for around $50 for a family of four.

Brisbane City Council, in partnership with 4KQ tours depart from the following locations at 6.45pm.

  • Northern suburbs – Ann Street, Anzac Square in the city
  • Eastern suburbs – Carindale Shopping Centre
  • Southern suburbs – Garden City Shopping Centre
  • Western suburbs – Indooroopilly Shopping Centre
  • Northern suburbs – Chermside Shopping Centre

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Kangaroo Bus Lines runs North Brisbane Christmas Lights tours and include a light supper:

  • Caboolture Railway Station – 5.30pm
  • Morayfield Shopping Centre – 5.40pm
  • KBL Depot at Burpengary – 5.55pm
  • Bindawalla at Burpengary – 6.00pm
  • Bay Ave, Deception Bay Shops – 6.10pm
  • North Lakes Dr, North Lakes – 6.25pm
  • Redcliffe Uniting Church – 7.00pm

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Craft your own Brisbane Christmas Lights Tour!

Don’t want to commit to kids on a bus after bed time?  We totally get it.  Craft your own Brisbane Christmas lights tour by downloading our pre-planned route maps and getting the kids in their PJs and ready to be amazed!

School holiday activities Find all the BEST school holiday activities this summer in Brisbane RIGHT HERE.

Christmas Lights Caboolture, Redcliffe & Bribie

Here’s your Christmas Lights List for Caboolture, Redcliffe & Bribie

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Click here for the Driving Map Now: Caboolture Suburbs Christmas Lights

 

 

Christmas Lights Tours – Brisbane North and Inner Moreton Bay

 Here’s your Christmas Lights List for Brisbane North and Inner Moreton Bay

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Click here for the Driving Map Now: Brisbane’s North Suburbs Christmas Lights

Below – 4 Huron Street – Runner Up Best Lights  4KQ 2018, Grandma’s Garden Christmas Lights

This display is all about magical pathways through snowy arches and past Santa on his yearly delivery!  There are plenty of themed sections that include inflatables as well as fairy style gardens and Santa at work.  There’s a full sized Santa in his sleigh, so do take your camera for a Christmas photo opportunity. There is easy street parking on Huron street and nearby streets, but please do park considerately.  This is an absolute must do on your 2018 Christmas lights tour of Brisbane.

Huron Street Banyo Christmas Lights Brisbane

Below – Church at 116 Board Street Deagon – 7 News Church & Community Group Award 2018

Best Christmas Lights - Church in Deagon — in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

This is the go-to north side Christmas lights display and mini-festival.  This church goes all out with its nativity themed display. Situated on a massive grounds on a main road, there’s plenty of parking on site and on Board Street.  From mid-December, the church also opens its doors and entertains Christmas lights lovers with carolling, a dining hall and various craft and bake stalls.  This is their “event of the year” and the whole community jumps on board.  If your self drive Christmas lights tour is before mid-December, you’ll be able to view the lights but you’ll need to come back for the snacks!

Christmas Lights Brisbane South

 Here’s your Christmas Lights List for Brisbane South

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Click here for the Driving Map Now: Brisbane’s Southern Suburbs Christmas Lights

Christmas Lights Brisbane Redlands & Bayside

Here’s your Christmas Lights List for Brisbane East and Redlands

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Click here for the Driving Map Now: Brisbane’s Eastern Suburbs & Redlands Christmas Lights

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Christmas Lights Brisbane Western suburbs

Here’s your Christmas Lights List for Brisbane Western Suburbs

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Click here for the Map Now: Brisbane’s Western Suburbs Christmas Lights

Below – Hake Place, Sinnamon Park – Best Neighbourhood 2018

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18 Hawk Place, Sinnamon Park
29 Hawk Place, Sinnamon Park
30 Hawk Place, Sinnamon Park
31 Hawk Place, Sinnamon Park
34 Hawk Place, Sinnamon Park

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This is the ideal location for little people!  An easy stroll around a neighbourhood fully dressed for optimum delight!  From sparkly Christmas trees to cool animated light displays, inflatables and reindeer, it’s a perfect spot to take a baby or toddler to view the lights.  Note that it is a traffic controlled street so avoid taking the car into the street itself.  There are too many excited little ones running about, and too many mini-roundabouts to navigate!

Below – Everard Street – Runner Up Best Neighbourhood Christmas Lights 2018
Westlake Wonderland
14 Everard Street, Westlake
17 Everard Street, Westlake
20 Everard Street, Westlake
21 Everard Street, Westlake
36 Raeside Street. Westlake
2 Gillen Close Westlake

Christmas Lights - Best Brisbane Neighbourhood

 

Evarard Street Christmas Lights Brisbane

Check out Everard Street – A whole neighbourhood of amazing light displays for kids to wander and wonder!  This neighbourhood goes all out to make a magical Christmas landscape for little visitors including almost a dozen houses sporting Santa on their roof and grazing reindeer in their yards.  This is a great option for younger Christmas light enthusiasts as the walk is suitable for little legs and can be a single destination to view before an early bed time. Please be considerate when parking.  There is a sizeable traffic island on this street but please be mindful of cars hoping to turn around here.

Christmas Lights Ipswich

Here’s your Christmas Lights List for Ipswich

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Click here for the Driving Map Now: Best Christmas Lights – Ipswich Christmas Lights

Below – Church Road – 4KQ Best West Runner-up 2016, Winner Best Christmas Lights Western Suburbs 4KQ 2015

Church Road Christmas lights

Welcome to the North Pole… in Redbank Plains!  This is an “up and coming” 4KQ champion including giant inflatable Santas and a mini North Pole set to a bushy backdrop.  A starry canopy and miniature display makes it an especially cute visit for little ones.

Christmas Lights Brisbane - 5 Tindle Street Up and Coming Champs

Christmas Lights Logan

Here’s your Christmas Lights List for Logan

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Click here for the Driving Map Now: Best Christmas Lights Logan Christmas Lights

Best Christmas Lights Brisbane 2018 – 4KQ winners

We love 4KQ (I bet you’re hearing “4KQ’s my station” in your head right now!) and we adore their annual Christmas Lights competition. It’s such a wonderful community event and we want to help you love every minute!  Make sure you bookmark this page to see the newest displays of Christmas lights and get the scoop on the 4KQ Christmas Lights Competition winners for 2018.  We’ll be updating our Christmas lights maps as the winners are announced so you won’t miss out on award winning Christmas lights in Brisbane.

NOTE: This list and the accompanying maps are updated regularly, usually on a Friday so print the information you need on the day you set off to ensure you have the most up to date list. We are receiving emails, Facebook messages and phone calls DAILY and updating all the time. These will be updated with the winners of the 4KQ Christmas Lights Competition 2018 as soon as they are announced.  Please check back just before you set off to see the lights to get the most comprehensive and up to date list of Christmas Lights Brisbane 2018.

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Welcome to the HQ for the best Christmas lights Brisbane! Families Magazine has been the go to place for Christmas lights in Brisbane for years and in 2018, we’ve got all the tips, tricks and tools for having the ultimate self-drive lights tour.  Jump in the car and create a brilliant new tradition, perfect for babies right through to teens (so they view it through their phones…whatevs…)

Xmas lights are a true example of the spirit of Christmas.  These home owners and not for profits make the season magical for complete strangers.  Christmas lights are the perfect way to teach your child about the spirit of kindness and love for fellow human beings – while blowing their little minds with the twinkling and colours!  Why wouldn’t you tour Christmas lights in Brisbane?

Viewing Christmas lights Brisbane

To make it easy for Brisbane families to get out and see the lights together, we’ve created Brisbane’s best Christmas Lights Maps and route planners.  We get it, when your toddler needs to be in bed by seven and the sun goes down at 6.30, there’s no time to waste.  We make it simple to see the very best in festive illumination across South East Queensland.  Simply select the best map for your area, download and your route is planned out for you, for maximum sparkle!  With custom maps for North Brisbane, South Brisbane, West Brisbane, Redlands, Bayside, The Ipswich Corridor and Moreton Bay Region, it’s the simplest way to make this annual tradition your own.  We’ve also created the complete guide to viewing Christmas Lights Brisbane.  We’ve put together all the info you need to know to make your Christmas Lights Tradition a big success!

4KQ Christmas Lights Competition

4KQ’s my station!  Actually, at Christmas time 4KQ is everyone’s station!  The grand old dame of Brisbane media throws one amazing Christmas lights party and we’re here to extend you the ultimate invitation.  Every year we work the 4KQ Christmas Lights winners into our custom maps so you can see all the award winning Christmas lights Brisbane has to offer!

Brisbane City Christmas Light Show, Tree, Events and City Decorations

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Get the kids in the car and head into Brisbane City for dazzling Christmas lights, window displays, festivals and parades.  If you love your Christmas to sparkle, there’s plenty to see and do in the middle of the city and at South Bank.  Christmas in Brisbane is a wonderful festive experience that every kid should experience – and we’re here to make it simple to get all the biggest and best ideas!  The lighting of the King George Square Christmas tree, the city light displays, shop windows and Christmas decorations are a wonderful way to see plenty of Christmas cheer in one compact location.  Central Brisbane Christmas activities happen throughout late November and December and are perfect for littler kids who might tire too early on a long drive.  Keep in mind that this is the crazy busy time of year in the city, so prepare your little one for crowds and queues!

Christmas Fireworks

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Fireworks light up the sky all December in Brisbane.  We’re so lucky to live in a city with so many wonderful festivals, Christmas Carol Events and Kids Christmas Activities.  Every Brisbane kid loves fireworks! We’ve got you covered with every event, every activity and every opportunity to sing your guts out in a public park this season!

Making your Christmas lights memories extra special for your family!

Glowsticks

Yes, there’s nothing so delightful as a glow stick, glow sword, glow wand or other light up treat and Christmas lights tours are a perfect time to crack them out.  But it’s not just about fun!  Brisbane Christmas lights displays are pretty full on.  Depending on the display, there may be dozens or even hundreds of people there.  Christmas light set ups look best against a very dark background so there will likely be no atmospheric light.  Equipping your child with a unique glowstick (ideally attached to their body in some way) ensures you can spot your little one in a big, dark crowd.

Food and water

It would take weeks to see all the Christmas lights in Brisbane.   Even with our exclusive Christmas maps, carefully planned for getting you around fast, your evening could be a long one.  All that gasping at the sparkles is thirsty work, make sure you take adequate healthy snacks and plenty of water for the trip!

Spending money

Christmas light displays cost a lot of money for businesses, churches and other not for profits.  You will fund raising stalls along the way.  They’ve invested a lot into helping your Brisbane family enjoy a wonderful Christmas tradition, so if ever there was an excuse to buy Christmassy baked goods, coffee, sausage sizzles and small toys, this is it.  Most won’t have EFTPOS – so a little pocket change will come in handy.

Cameras and Photo ops

Christmas lights don’t tend to photograph very well, especially on your phone.  Take along a proper camera if you have one because you’ll likely find some Santa photo opportunities along the way.  If you’re starting a family Christmas light tradition, you may even want to take your Elf on the Shelf or a special toy along to be part of your photographs!

Timing

Peak time at Brisbane Christmas light displays tends to be from sundown until about 8.30pm.  Most Christmas lights will be switched off around big kid bed time so you’ll need to join the crowds – there’s not much ‘out of hours” service!

Traffic/parking

Big Christmas light displays attract a lot of onlookers.  You may be shocked by the queue to get into streets with famous displays (former winners of the 4KQ Christmas lights competitions are the worst candidates for traffic dramas).  You may wish to choose an area with a lot of Christmas light displays close together and do the journey on foot.  If you are driving, remember that there will be kids EVERYWHERE so drive carefully and keep a look out for excited little people who may not be thinking straight!

Pets are NOT welcome at Christmas light displays!

Most Christmas lights displays will not allow pets and generally dogs tied up outside are a nuisance.  It’s best to leave your fur family at home for this one!  Most of the larger Christmas lights displays will have a “no dogs” sign out front.

Crowds and sensory issues

Brisbane can’t get enough of Christmas lights.  If your child is easily overwhelmed by crowds, opt for “drive by” viewings of the bigger Christmas light displays and journey in to the quieter ones.  The 4KQ judges require lights to be left on until 11pm on judging days (early December) so you may be able to take older kids with sensory issues to tour Brisbane Christmas lights after hours.  The lights, inflatables, noisy displays and other decorations themselves can be a sensory onslaught so test the waters with smaller displays first.

Change of clothes

Some Christmas light displays get quite interactive.  Some kind householders offer craft activities, fake snow, drinks and sweets.  It doesn’t hurt to have a change of clothes in the car in case of incident!

Showing gratitude

It costs tens of thousands and in some cases hundreds of thousands of dollars to put on an award winning Christmas lights display in Brisbane.  Let’s not even talk about the hours up ladders hanging lights! These amazing people do it to see the delight and wonder on your child’s face.  Explain to your kids what a big job decorating can be.  Help them appreciate the work put in, and make sure they say thank-you if they meet the owners.

Of course, these home owners and organisations also struggle with the damage to their grass and wear and tear caused by lots of foot traffic.  Don’t make it worse by littering.  Be considerate and show your gratitude!

Christmas lights with toddlers and babies

There are a lot of Christmas lights in Brisbane, you’re not going to see them all before 7pm bed time!  If you’re heading out with a pre-school aged child, consider doing more than one Christmas lights tour this season.   Plan your tour to visit two or three Christmas light displays at a time.  This will ensure your toddler is home in bed around bed time and isn’t overwhelmed with all the fun.  These short tours can take as little as half an hour but feel like an amazing night out for a little person.

Extended family

Remember that Christmas lights are a wonderful activity for older people too.  Christmas light tours are the perfect time to invite older neighbours or family to enjoy some Christmas spirit with you and the kids.  Alternatively, it’s a great activity for grandma and grandpa, while you’re at the work Christmas do!

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Are you a budding Christmas Luminary?

Planning to get your Christmas lights on this year?  We’d love to hear about your display so we can list it in our Christmas lights guide and on your local map and tour guide.  We’re also soooo excited to help you kick off your journey!  Consequently, we’ve got tons of information on Christmas lighting safety, services and even the best places in Brisbane to buy outdoor lighting this Christmas.  There’s nobody we love more than a Brisbane local helping create beautiful family traditions for all of us.

We Love Christmas Lights!

Merry Christmas from Families Magazine, Brisbane.  It’s our favourite time of year because  Christmas Lights Brisbane tours are our absolutely favourite family tradition.  Our team of content creators and magazine staff all visit Brisbane Christmas lights with their kids.  We wish you a merry Christmas and happy light gazing!

67 responses to “Christmas Lights Brisbane 2018 – Easy MAP in BEST route order | Tour with the kids!”

  1. Myheartisinherts says:

    Great list – thanks!

  2. Regina says:

    LOVE this time of year!

  3. Amanda says:

    Awesome thanks. Thanks so much. I’m going with the family on Thursday night next week.

    Can’t wait.

  4. Amanda says:

    I meant ‘awesome thanks!’

  5. Zeffy says:

    Great list, thanks can’t wait to take the family next week!

  6. Stephen says:

    Shall be checking some of these out soonish!

  7. Amanda says:

    Made a trip out last night and saw the ones at Bald Hills. Amazing. What a lot of work the owners went to. Love it.

  8. Lauren says:

    Hi there,
    Just drove through Rudge St, Woodridge. No lights as of 6th Decemeber, 2015. One house might have lights but they weren’t turned on tonight.

    Clabon St in Hillcrest was pretty, though.

  9. Families Magazine Brisbane says:

    Hi Lauren – we have heard from the owner of Rudge street. She was sick on Sunday 6th Dec and did not turn the lights on. She assures us that they will be on from now until Christmas 2015.

  10. Bruce says:

    Ho ho ho, everyone. Just a reminder that Santa will be at 5 Tindle Street, Redbank Plains from 7pm on Friday and Saturday night. We have a sausage sizzle and drinks for sale for $1 and every child will receive a gift from Santa. Come along and remember to bring your camera/phone too take photos

  11. Joanne says:

    Oh wow, great list! I love doing the Christmas light tours with the kids – you’ve got a few of my favourites there plus some nearby that I wasn’t aware of. Looking forward to seeing some new displays this year 🙂

  12. celest says:

    love this time of year great list thanks kids will love it

  13. Teresa Thoms says:

    Hi please add our house
    56 Bannockburn road windaroo 4207

  14. debbie says:

    corowa crt
    Birmingham st
    cassinia ct

    eatons hill

  15. Broxy says:

    122 sparkes rd bray park
    Has a nice set up

  16. Steph says:

    Hi can you please add
    5 Clabon Street Hillcrest

  17. We will have our lights switched on on Friday night 14 Parklands Drv Boronia Hts from 6pm til 9 pm sch holidays will be later.

  18. Tracy says:

    3 Parkwood Place, Bellmere

  19. Glenn & Kylie says:

    6 Lena Place, Windaroo

  20. Guy says:

    Please add 26 Limosa Court, Mango Hill

  21. Steve says:

    6 Belvista Court, Bellmere LASER XMAS LIGHTS!

  22. shirley Rae says:

    i would just like to say what a wonderful site this is for the list of were to go to see the lights for xmas.. so make things easy and more enjoyable than driving around randomly trying to find them. MERRY CHRISTMAS

  23. Karen Drewett says:

    Our house at 11 Lane Court (Logan) is in Mount Warren Park. Can you please amend? Logan is a big area 🙂
    Thanks for having us on your list.

    Also we will not run the lights while there are thunder storms going overhead …. electricity and water do not mix well. Unfortunately, it is not safe to run the lights at that time.

  24. Cherie romero says:

    30 twin lakes drive murrumba downs?

  25. Allan says:

    King parrot close narangba
    Great street for lights

  26. Christmases says:

    The best Christmas lights Street in Slacks Creek springlands Drive Slacks Creek over 3000 lights you cannot miss are on the left-hand side where the one near the park our Christmas light display is now open for looking close out January 5th Christmas lights on between 6:30 and 9 o’clock thank you for 2016

  27. Craig Smith says:

    I would like to add my light display to list 9 pine st Hillcrest 4118

  28. Jayjay says:

    5 Solomon Ave., Loganholme 4129 ….. Synchronize christmas lights!

  29. Rachel says:

    Belvista court Bellmere. Only 7 houses in the street and ALL have lights on.

  30. Rose says:

    Thanks so much, will be going lights hopping this week???

  31. Sarita says:

    Hi there, we went to 1 Leila St, Underwood last night and their Christmas lights were lovely…..not too busy or crazy crowded; nice for little ones to look around at. They have a blow up Reindeer Stable that is a cute backdrop for photos.

  32. Ky says:

    Come check our lights we have a santa sleigh and santa some nights
    1 Seymore crt boronia heights

  33. Sarah says:

    There is a great display at 26 Calliope Street, Runcorn.

  34. Wayne says:

    We have expanded our setup @ 29 gearside St, Everton Park

  35. Mick says:

    Hey could you Please add
    2 Gilbert Ct Hillcrest.

  36. Emma says:

    This is so great! I am totally going to do both moreton and North Brisbane

  37. Karin says:

    I did the Logan map last night. It was so easy. Thanks heaps.

  38. Allison says:

    Any chance you’ll be doing Maryborough and the region any time soon?

  39. Mel says:

    A little something at 11 Celco Street, Slacks Creek

  40. Michelle says:

    Thank you so much – these make is MUCH easier with little ones!

  41. Joanne says:

    Oh I love these – especially how you have listed the winners from previous years, so we know which ones are REALLY good! Thanks!

  42. Elodie says:

    This is awesome, thanks so much!

  43. Carol says:

    The Deagon ones turn on this Wednesday for anyone keen to visit it.

  44. Sharon says:

    Good tip about the food and drink. Children were STARVING five minutes into our christmas lights tour last year

  45. Chantelle says:

    I recommend taking bug spray as well, right on sundown is when all the mozzies come out to see the CHristmas lights too…. and we took a cardigan for the kids too. They run around like crazy at most of the exhibits and then get all sweaty and cold when they’re heading back to the car.

  46. Ngaire says:

    These are great guys. Best Christmas lights list in Brisbane!

  47. Rachel Boyce says:

    We have lights on at 20 Volstead rd, Heritage Park ?

  48. Rachelle says:

    your site is being talked about so much for logan xmas ideas. love it. tthanks families. totally going to take my kids.

  49. Ray says:

    This is the best. Thanks!

  50. Caroline says:

    I love the little villages – we saw a place last year in Cornubia (I think it was) that had an entire city made of them. So amazing.

  51. PAul says:

    Does anyone know of a whole street being full of lights in Logan

  52. Kira says:

    Thanks so much for these xmas lights list. Fod north briz last night and will do caboolure driving map next

  53. Taylor says:

    There are roadworks near yhe waterfront apartments at redcliffe. 35 minutes stuck there last night!

  54. Kazzy says:

    When does the deagon church start its shows and stalls?

  55. Veena says:

    We saw the banyo and westlake lightups they are awesome….

  56. Angie says:

    HI There! What is the last day that the lights will be on in all suburbs?

  57. Taylor Horswill says:

    20 Curragundi Road Jindalee is back again! We won 2016 and took out peoples choice.

  58. Jay says:

    This is our first year in QLD. We have a small (synced to music) display in Narangba. It’s at 83 Jinibara Crescent.

  59. Sarah says:

    Please add 24 Calliope Street, Runcorn to your list

  60. Alyce says:

    Please add 37 Hidden Valley drive, Eatons Hill 4037! 🙂

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